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  1. Does anyone make a replacement rear sight for the Walther Q5 match. The OEM sight leaves much to be desired for as far as sight picture and notch depth goes. I'd really like a Dawson rear for it however for some god forsaken reason the Q5 match does not use a PPQ dovetail cut. Taken from the owners manual "The dovetail cut for the rear sight is a 12mm x 2mm x 70° LPA cut. The height of the front sight is 0.21” (5.3 mm)." is this dovetail cut similar to any other common rear sight that I can possibly modify?
  2. Searched around for this topic and was surprised it hadn’t been covered lately. Also got a million unrelated results because “major” and “match” pop up from time to time here! Title says it all. I’m gearing up for my first major match. I’ve only been able to shoot 4 stage indoor matches so a Level II brings a host of unknowns, mostly related to logistics and the Chrono stage. How does the chrono “stage” even work? I give RO a mag or they choose? How many rounds will they shoot? I just don’t want to embarrass myself do anything that makes me look like I’m gaming it. Supplies- what are things that someone who shoots one hour indoor matches would forget or have no idea about relating to an all day affair? Weather should be in 70 range but it could rain I guess. Other miscellaneous advice? Thanks in advance.
  3. So i'm finishing up my Lim Pro for production and want to build up my Match as a limited gun. I have a couple questions: Canyon Creek Customs appears to be out of the MATCH (weld on) magwell - http://shop.canyoncreekcustom.com/product.sc?productId=16&categoryId=3 I've emailed to see if they plan on making more but with no response as of yet. Does anyone have a Canyon Creek MATCH magwell they aren't using? Second question: Can you, with a little elbow grease and a dremel tool, make a Henning magwell fit the Match frame? Or are they too different? (here's the Henning magwell - http://henningshop.com/products/tanfoglio-competition-magwell-h069)
  4. I'll be in town for work Monday June 25th till Thursday June 28th, are there any local weekday matches around St Louis?
  5. The 2017 Shooters Source SW 3 Gun Championship Match will be on on November 18th at Triple C Range in Cresson, Texas. It is a 1 day, 6 stage match for shooters that participated in shooting at one of the monthly Texas clubs listed below since April 2017. The Championship Match will count towards your final series point’s total, which will determine the series winner of each division. Awards will be given for the top finishers in each division, the top 20% of each division will win cash during the Shoot-out Finale, and everyone will be entered into a random draw prize table. The Shootout Finale: A 1 vs 1 shoot-off after the Championship Match. The top 20% of shooters from each division (using scores from the Championship Match only) will qualify to be in the shoot-off and awarded cash prizes. The purse at Shootout Finale is dependent upon the number of shooters in Series Championship match. Payouts will be per division and pots will be based on number of shooters in those divisions. In a full match (72 shooters) payout ranges will be between $250 - $750+ Click here to register for the match and shoot-out For more details on the series, the clubs, and shooter list check out the website. Particpating series clubs: Texas 3 Gun, North Texas Multigun, Republic 3 Gun, Dissident Arms Multigun, Capital Action Practical Shooters, ETTS, and Copperas Cove Pistol Club. Email us with questions at southwest3gun@gmail.com
  6. So I'm working up my Match into a limited gun but want to keep the same feel as my Lim Pro I've been shooting in Production. One of the things I'd like to do is use the DA/SA curved trigger in SAO. So I dropped in an extra EAA / Tanfoglio Witness Large Frame DA/SA Trigger (for reference http://benstoegerproshop.com/eaa-tanfoglio-witness-large-frame-da-sa-trigger-102014-1/) I had lying around and while it works the trigger doesn't stay back into 'SA' mode. This means that there is a lot of 'takeup' in the trigger as it's releasing all the way out to the max of that DA every time. Do I have to do the full conversion to DA/SA in order to get the same trigger feel? (Though I'd shoot it in Limited cocked and locked) Or what am I missing to get the trigger to stay back in SA? I'm also thinking about adding a Pre-Travel adjustment screw to the trigger I have and just try a 'bubba enhancement' similar to the pre-travel screw that comes with the factory trigger. Worse case scenario I ruin a trigger I'm not going to use anyways. Thoughts?
  7. I like to watch GM match video to review their techniques. Please post a link to your favorite video that you have found useful examples of technique.
  8. 3- Gun Match Stockton Missouri Bear Creek Tactical Ops Pro 2nd Amendment Jim Bob for Sheriff Shoot! Rain or Shine we will be shooting! We will have food and water available! Event Cost $35.00 per person (With Food and Beverage) $40.00 We will have a Long Gun "Sniper" Side Shoot with 50% payout Cost $50.00. Location: Bear Creek Tactical Ops 14245 S 2075 Road Stockton Mo 65785 This is a 3-Gun Nation Club Shoot
  9. Registration is open for our April match (Saturday April 16th). Registration is here: https://practiscore.com/wsps-april-2016-uspsa/register Stages are here - plus one classifier: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_jXb8JBrxQoVk4ybHkzemt6Z3M
  10. Simple question - should true "amateur" shooters have to compete against "pros"? When I was involved in motor racing there was a pretty clear definition of who was an amateur and who was a pro. There doesn't seem to be that distinction in USPSA. I would have thought the classification system would take care of this, but it seems like pros come in D class to GM these days. Should any "pro" shooter be required to register as "industry" so they don't take prizes away from the "amateurs"?
  11. Topic says it all. I'm looking at the Hiviz FO front sight for a CZ-75 (http://www.hivizsights.com/product/cz2005/) and wondering if it would fit a Witness Match. Any ideas out there? Not looking for guarantees but for best guesses. My old eyes aren't that great any more and I need as much help focusing on that front sight as I can get. This looks like it might be pretty bright. I can't find any similar posts on this topic so I'm starting this one. Thanks.
  12. Briar Rabbit November match is up on practiscore. https://practiscore.com/briar-rabbit-november-match-oh-20/register This will be our last match for the season. If you have not made it out to our range this year things have come along way over the course of the year. We have alot of thing coming for the next year. Thanks to everyone that has come out to the shoots.
  13. As a reminder, the dates for the 2015 Superstition Mountain Mystery 3-Gun have been set for March 27-29, 2015. We are in the process of finalizing the registration process that will be used this year. We are dedicated to constantly improving the process so that everyone has an equal chance of getting into our match. Like last year, we are planning to begin the registration process in late October in order to give everyone plenty of time for travel plans. Please follow this topic so that you can remain informed. Expect that the registration details will be published very soon. Thanks for your continued interest in our match. SMM3G - STAFF
  14. After getting off the ground last autumn with our first Revolver-specific USPSA match at Oak Park Sportsmens Club in Plainfield, IL (southwest of Chicago), we're going ahead with another. The club's overall match schedule is too crowded with matches and we can't get a separate date this year. So we're just declaring that the regular-season November match (second Sundays) is going to be a "Revolver" match. Since we still have to allow all those other people on the range, we'll let them, but as before, this match will be carefully designed to be as eight-shot hostile as possible. Yeah, those 627s and 929s are going to be discriminated against as much as possible, too. Some of us are stuck in the past with the "sixgun" thing- Elmer didn't write a book called "Eightguns", after all. To encourage participation, we've dropped the match fee to all Revolver Division entrants to $5. Plus, the winner of the division who isn't named "Phil Proietti" will be provided with a box of Federal primers in either small or large pistol size. We will feature six stages most likely, five large field courses in our inimitable style (with the hostility added) and a classifier. I'm lobbying for another stage space but it's probably not happening. Oak Park Sportsmens Club (NI10) is about 40 miles southwest of Chicago just off I-55 at the IL Rt 126 exit (old US 66). Pre-registration will become available the week before and would be recommended. The OPSC Action Shooting Sports page is here. The club site is here. We do have a supply of extra stuff for folks who don't always shoot sixguns such as speedloaders and speedloader carriers on a first-come, first-served basis. Your hosts will be Bill Zeller (that's me), OPSC USPSA program director and known Webley shooter, and Phil Proietti, OPSC vice-president.
  15. This coming Saturday, October 4TH is the next regularly scheduled USPSA match for the club. With the usual 4 stages including a classifier. The match starts at 7AM. Please Pre-Register at the link listed here: https://clubs.practiscore.com/october-2014-uspsa-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club/register Afterwards, we will again hold the Rifle match. This month we will be starting at 4pm after we change the stages up a bit. This match contains 3-gun style rifle only stages. Please also pre-register for that match on this different link: https://clubs.practiscore.com/rifle-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club-october-2014/register Pre-Registering is very helpful as is saves me allot of time and helps me to plan for how to best run the match. The continued success of these matches depend on your cooperation with these requests. This month will begin set-up for the match after Thursday night steel is finished around 7pm. In appreciation for your assistance, you can shoot the match for free in addition to cash for gas/lunch. Please email me if you can help.
  16. 6 stages 164 rds. classifier 13-06 Setup Saturday the 4th at 10am Sign in starting at 9am Sunday Location: Freetown Indiana
  17. This coming Saturday, October 4TH is the next regularly scheduled Rifle match for the club. With the usual stages . The match starts at 4 PM. This month we will be starting at 4pm after we change the stages up a bit from the morning pistol match. This match contains 3-gun style rifle only stages. For future matches, we are considering making some stages rifle/pistol. That will make the change-over easier as well as provide some additional transition practice. Please provide some feedback. Please Pre-Register at the link listed here: https://clubs.practiscore.com/rifle-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club-october-2014/register I have also included the link below for the morning Pistol match. Please also pre-register for that match on this different link: https://clubs.practiscore.com/october-2014-uspsa-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club/register Pre-Registering is very helpful as is saves me allot of time and helps me to plan for how to best run the match. The continued success of these matches depend on your cooperation with these requests. This month will begin set-up for the match after Thursday night steel is finished around 7pm. In appreciation for your assistance, you can shoot the match for free in addition to cash for gas/lunch. Please email me if you can help.
  18. On-line Registration for paid shooters begins: Sunday October 20th 2013 5pm MST Paying competitors wishing to apply for the match: For those of you that have not yet participated in the on-line registration process using Match Director, the process is simple and straight forward. Simply access the website at: https://matchdirector.com/app/comp/match/view/bda05bab-ac51-42dd-9fb0-8e572803ccea Between now and Sunday October 20th 2013 5pm MST you may practice the entry process to become familiar with it. On Oct 20th, completing the same process will complete your registration process into the match. If you are told “Congratulations You have been entered in the match”, that is your confirmation that you indeed made it in the match which is contingent upon our receipt of your check along with the printed confirmation within 2 (TWO) WEEKS of registering. Send checks to: SMM3G P.O. Box 52770 Mesa, Arizona 85208 There are no-exceptions to the following policy: If your check is not received by November 3rd, 2013, your slot will be given to the next person on the wait list. Using the online registration, if you do not make it into the match because the match has already filled, you will be placed on a wait list automatically arranged by time of your registration attempt. Using the email address that you provide during the online registration process, we will keep you informed about the status of the match and the current wait list order. If people drop out, you will be immediately notified via email regarding the open slots. Wait listed shooters will be required to submit payment within ONE WEEK of being notified of the open slot. Approved Sponsored shooters will be contacted to sign-up using a different website. Approved sponsored Shooters may contact: Mick Bjelopavlic prizecoordinator@smm3gun.com for further registration info. Only one registration entry is allowed per person and a valid email is required for each shooter. Duplicate emails will not be allowed by the system. Email correspondence will be essential with keeping you up to date regarding the match. When you register, please have the following information ready. T-Shirt Size, Division you plan to shoot, Shooting partner full names, Preferences of an AM or PM start time, valid personal email to receive confirmation. We hope that you will enjoy the Match and hope that this automated process will allow us to keep you more informed about the match and make it an even more enjoyable experience. http://www.smm3gun.com/registration.html
  19. EEH

    Hawkeye Gun Club

    I got to addend today's match at Hawkeye gun club,it was a great match.No funny stuff just good stages,,lots of shooting. Saw some people I knew and some new faces.Range owner Tyron is trying to improve the range and add more bays,,( he needs shoes ) .range master Jim does a good job setting up and getting it all together.If you find your self on the third Saturday of the month with nothing to do,take a ride up.I don't think you will be disappointed I wasn't ..They make you feel at home.thanks for allowing me to shoot. Oh yea it's in North Carolina at Lake Lure..
  20. This coming Saturday, June 7th is the next regularly scheduled USPSA match for the club. With the usual 4 stages including a classifier. The match starts at 7AM. Please Pre-Register at the link listed here. https://clubs.practiscore.com/june-uspsa-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club/register Afterwards, we will again hold the Rifle match starting at 3pm after we change the stages up a bit. This match contains 3-gun style rifle only stages. Now that it is getting hotter outside, please also indicate your preference regarding the start time. Since 3pm is usually the hottest time of the day, we might want to start a little later in the summer. Please let me know what you think. Please also pre-register for that match on this different link: https://clubs.practiscore.com/june-rifle-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club/register Pre-Registering is very helpful as is saves me allot of time and helps me to plan for how to best run the match. The continued success of these matches depend on your cooperation with these requests. Due to the heat - This month we will begin set-up for the match on Thursday Night around 8:30 pm. I will also spend the entire day Friday there making sure that the match is ready for you on Saturday. Any and all help is appreciated at any time that is convenient for you. In addition you can shoot the match for free in addition to cash for gas/lunch. Please email me if you can help. azuspsa@gmail.com
  21. This coming Saturday, June 7th is the next regularly scheduled USPSA match for the club. With the usual 4 stages including a classifier. The match starts at 7AM. Please Pre-Register at the link listed here. https://clubs.practiscore.com/june-uspsa-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club/register Afterwards, we will again hold the Rifle match starting at 3pm after we change the stages up a bit. This match contains 3-gun style rifle only stages. Now that it is getting hotter outside, please also indicate your preference regarding the start time. Since 3pm is usually the hottest time of the day, we might want to start a little later in the summer. Please let me know what you think. Please also pre-register for that match on this different link: https://clubs.practiscore.com/june-rifle-match-phoenix-rod-and-gun-club/register Pre-Registering is very helpful as is saves me allot of time and helps me to plan for how to best run the match. The continued success of these matches depend on your cooperation with these requests. Due to the heat - This month we will begin set-up for the match on Thursday Night around 8:30 pm. I will also spend the entire day Friday there making sure that the match is ready for you on Saturday. Any and all help is appreciated at any time that is convenient for you. In addition you can shoot the match for free in addition to cash for gas/lunch. Please email me if you can help.
  22. Greetings from Vermont! New member to the BE forum, although I've been snooping now for almost a year. Thought it was about time to join up. A bit about myself,,,I'm a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Vermont, currently residing in Burlington, VT. I compete on the University of Vermont Pistol Team in the Scholastic Pistol Program, against other colleges across the country (Coast Guard, West Point, Harvard, Yale, UNH, Texas, Florida, etc.). I've started practicing for USPSA matches, as our team has a working relationship with Green Mountain Practical Shooters and Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club, which runs great matches. So here's the problem. I have a practice range and club in Vermont, but I go home to Cumberland, RI in the summer. Can any Rhode Islander's help out? I'm looking for a local range that isn't static near my house and a good club that runs matches on a regular basis (once a month preferable). The Massachusetts border isn't too far away if any MA residents want to jump in. Thanks and see you on the forums!
  23. This coming Saturday following our regular USPSA match consisting of Four Stages including a Classifier we will hold a rifle match. For those of you with rifles that want to have extra fun - We are going to shoot the stages with our AR's after the regular match is finished and we convert the stages to rifle only targets. We hope this to become a regular event that will take the place of the hole left from the missing Tactical Carbine Defense Match. This will also serve as great practice to get ready for the upcoming MG Nationals. I found that this practice was not only fun but very helpful in preparation for the recent SMM3-Gun Match. You can shoot this match with any caliber of Auto or Semi-Auto rifle.Please Pre-register for that match on this different link: https://clubs.practiscore.com/phoenix-rod-and-gun-club-rifle-only-match-4-5-2014/register Pre-Registering is very helpful as is saves me allot of time and helps me to plan for how to best run the match. The continued success of these matches depend on your cooperation with these requests. Shooting will start at 3:00pm. We are planning on shooting a squadded match, using time-plus faults for scoring, and Practiscore for results. Please come out and support this match if you want this to continue on a regular basis. Your input is desired on how this match develops and if it will continue past the local 3-Gun season. Please spread the word and tell your friends. Thanks
  24. This coming Saturday, April 5th is the next regularly scheduled USPSA match for the club. With the usual 4 stages including a classifier. The match starts at 7AM. Please Pre-Register at the link listed here: https://clubs.practiscore.com/phoenix-rod-and-gun-club-uspsa-4-5-14/register Afterwards, we will again hold the rifle match starting at 3pm after we change the stages up a bit. This match contains 3-gun style rifle only stages. I found that this practice was not only fun but very helpful in preparation for the recent SMM3-Gun Match. You can shoot this match with any caliber of Auto or Semi-Auto rifle. Please Pre-register for that match on this different link: https://clubs.practiscore.com/phoenix-rod-and-gun-club-rifle-only-match-4-5-2014/register Pre-Registering is very helpful as is saves me allot of time and helps me to plan for how to best run the match. The continued success of these matches depend on your cooperation with these request
  25. This coming Saturday following our regular USPSA match consisting of Four Stages including a Classifier we will hold a rifle match. For those of you with rifles that want to have extra fun - We are going to shoot the stages with our AR's after the regular match is finished and we convert the stages to rifle only targets. We hope this to become a regular event that will take the place of the hole left from the missing Tactical Carbine Defense Match. This will also serve as great practice to get ready for the upcoming 3-Gun Season. Since this is the Inaugural Match - We are going to take some time to do it right. Registration will begin at 3:00pm and Shooting will start at 4:00pm. We are planning on shooting a squadded match, using time-plus faults for scoring, and Practiscore for results. Please come out and support this match if you want this to continue on a regular basis. Your input is desired on how this match develops and if it will continue past 3-Gun season. Please spread the word and tell your friends. Thanks
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